House rejects bill mixing tax breaks for veterans, seniors with fitness centers and retailers


The Kansas House early Saturday morning rejected a multipronged tax bill mixing property tax breaks for veterans and seniors with more controversial provisions including one that gives tax breaks to businesses that compete against government.

A bipartisan House voted to return the bill to a conference committee hours after the Senate failed to undertake a similar motion Friday.

The bill packaged the government competition measure with several more popular provisions such as a property tax refund for veterans and expanded property tax benefits for seniors.

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